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15 responses to “Bicycling Magazine Places 11th in New Rankings”

  1. Alan@EcoVelo


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  3. Joe

    great list, but no “dirt rag” ?? Can’t leave out the MTB community.

  4. Michael

    Well done, Paul! HILARIOUS.

  5. Lyon King

    OMG!! This is awesome. Does Bicycling have a hit squad you should be concerned about??

  6. Bill Lambert

    Hah! Are there some sour grapes about Seattle finishing 4th? What I don’t like about Bicycling Magazine (and yes, I subscribe) is they have taken their advertising way too far. Even their short descriptions about even the simplest gadgets are laced with commercial intent. Buy it if: you want to read about the latest and fastest road bikes on the planet. Forget it if: you regularly commute, tour, or simply like to ride a bike for the fun of it.

  7. dave marquez

    I used to subscribe dutifully to bicycling…but then I realized that it’s really directed solely at serious road racers and serious wannabe roadracers.
    There is almost zero content for commuters and recreational cyclists.
    Also, I have NEVER read a negative review..I think they don’t dare bite the hand that feeds them

  8. Mark Davidson

    I have 2 subscriptions to Bicycling and I don’t know where they came from. I have never paid for them and I don’t remember registering for it. I browse through the mag every month and I see roadie, roadie, roadie stuff. I don’t really see much relevance to a dirt worshiper like me.

  9. ian

    there’s really a ‘hub maintenance review’?

    we get dirt rag across the sea but not many of the others. if that doesn’t feature in the list, the others must be good…

  10. bongobike

    LOL!!! Freaking hilarious!!!!

  11. Cullen Carter

    Yes, I totally agree with you about Bicycling magazine!

    Lance Armstrong is a personal hero to me for a variety of reasons, but their constant, idol-like worship of him made me semi-nauseous.

  12. Gene

    Very funny. Bicycling has certainly blurred the border between advertising and editorial content… Usually too much style over content for my liking. But if you’re looking for the top 10 products to help you ride your best century ever… that’s the mag!

  13. Paul Andrews, BI editor

    Hub Maintenance Review magazine is the sister publication of Bottom Bracket Journal…

  14. louis

    Wow… I would immediately subscribe to Cargo Bike Action given the chance . I’m sure my wife already suspects me of reading it.

  15. Walter

    Serious Roadies read Velonews, Procycling etc.

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